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View related entities in the Orion Web Console

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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The Application Stack or AppStack Environment view provides visibility into the relations between the different entities on the network. It provides an in-depth perspective through the entire environment to help identify the root cause of performance and availability issues.

AppStack is available starting from these versions of Orion Platform products:

  • Storage Resource Monitor 6.0
  • Integrated Virtual Infrastructure Monitor 2.0
  • Server & Application Monitor 6.2
  • Web Performance Monitor 2.2

If you install two or more of the listed products, AppStack only functions properly if each product is upgraded to the listed versions.

Click Home > Environment to access the AppStack Environment View.

Through the AppStack Environment view, you can see and go through the entire infrastructure an application is using. You can also see what other loads on the infrastructure can affect an application.

Virtualization entities that are part of the AppStack Environment include:

  • Virtual Centers
  • VMware datacenters
  • Virtual clusters
  • Virtual hosts
  • Virtual machines
  • Data stores

Apart from the AppStack Environment view, you can also use the AppStack Environment resource. The AppStack Environment resource is available on the Details pages of entities and it displays objects related to the entity whose Details page you are viewing.

For more information about the AppStack Environment view, see Introduction to the AppStack Environment View and the related topics in the SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor Administrator Guide.

For more information about the AppStack Environment resource, see AppStack Environment Resource in the SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor Administrator Guide, and Understanding the AppStack Resource in the SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor Administrator Guide.

 
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